Q&A Password manager: Question is simply - why did you choose the one you are using now?


Level 5
Mar 5, 2019
For daily purpose, I am using Bitwarden free.
Truth be told there's nothing I like about it. It's ugly, feels archaic and lacks the convenience features of its competitors.
Not exactly a glowing recommendation I know, but my first point fully explains my continued usage.
Try using KeePass XC. I have it as a backup on a veracrypt encrypted usb.


Level 10
Apr 17, 2020
I am a new Bitwarden convert and love it. Free and multi device syncing too! Which Lastpass will not do unless you pay. I had been using Enpass but wanted something lighter that doesn't require a program running but just an extension. And Enpass has become a headache since it can only be installed and updated via the Microcrap store. ;)


Level 33
Jan 9, 2020
It has it's own fair share of vulnerabilities.
Fair enough.
But all of them are fixed

Try using KeePass XC. I have it as a backup on a veracrypt encrypted usb.
On Windows you get less security with KeePass XC in comparison to original KeePass

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Level 23
Sep 26, 2017
KeePass isn't listed so i would say it's more secure then all other's ;)
The moment KeePass doesn't rely on any Cloud/Server is already more secure than all of the alternatives that rely on it, cause no matter how much safe practices and secure you are, there's nothing stopping the main Cloud/Server getting hacked and your data exposed (which is what happens often with this password managers).

You have way more control over your passwords with KeePass that way, and can choose whatever cloud services and/or addons you want, to sync across devices.


Level 16
May 4, 2019
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Level 33
Jan 9, 2020
Why is that? Keepass XC doesn't rely on 3rd party plugins (and this is more secure) but it has no feature like "secure desktop".
Beside secure desktop, no possibility for using Windows Hello, already bundled with browser plugin (KeePass only supports plugins but doesn't include any by default), not audited, need always wait for upstream (original KeePass) updates.

XC is only pushed so hard because it supports Linux


New Member
Sep 18, 2020
I am using Lastpass manager and I am really a big fan of this. I can say in First attempt i have found this and never went to any other application to give a try.


  1. It has a chrome extension
  2. It always give me a suggestiong to save or update password
  3. Easy to use and no need to remember different password
  4. It also handle my 20 Gmail id and password without any mistake
I love the Lastpass Manager. I am using it's free version. Never feel like upgrading it. as it's free version is having lot more features.

If you want to know more about it;s feature you can compare it with Dashlane VS Lastpass


Level 9
Aug 27, 2020
Hi, I have Lastpass (Paid), Password Manager, I have had it for 4 years, and there has been at least one breach, but I feel secure, with the knowledge that my passwords is protected with the strongest encryption money can buy(AES-256), and it is not expensive & there is a free version, & you are not less secure because you go free, I like that. Today 2020 password managers are necessary.
And I like the fact that I can use & is protected everywhere, on any device, in every browser, etc.